Summary of A Room of Ones Own by Virginia Woolf and sexism in this century
In her book A Room of Ones Own, Virginia Woolf provides a graphic portrait of sexism in the early 1900s. Since then our society has allowed almost all the same equal opportunity to women as men. The only restriction that comes to mind that women still have today is women aren't permitted to become priests. Our society has come a long way since the release of Woolf's book and I think that she would feel proud and accomplished of contemporary attitudes toward women if she were alive today.
Over the century's restriction on women have been lessened. Women are now permitted to enter almost any…
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